The artwork in this scarf is by Mulyatingki Marney. The name of the site depicted in this work is Wilarra, which is the word for moon in Manyjiljarra. A cluster of saltwater pools known for their healing properties are found at the site, and Martu people still frequent them to bathe cuts and sores. Mulyatingki Marney and her sisters often camped at Wilarra.
This scarf measures 87cm x 115cm and is made of silk satin with hand rolled edges.
The scarves come beautifully packaged in a gift box and includes details of the artists work.
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